NASA’s Dragonfly Will Fly Around Titan Looking for Origins, Signs of Life
NASA has announced that our next destination in the solar system is the unique, richly organic world Titan.
NASA will launch the dragonfly 2026 and arrive in 2034. The Dragonfly with a rotorcraft will fly to dozens of promising locations on Titan looking for prebiotic chemical processes common on both Titan and Earth. Dragonfly marks the first time NASA will fly a multi-rotor vehicle for science on another planet; it has eight rotors and flies like a large drone. It will take advantage of Titan’s dense atmosphere – four times denser than Earth’s – to become the first vehicle ever to fly its entire science payload to new places for repeatable and targeted access to surface materials.
More information about NASA trip to Titan; https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/moons/saturn-moons/titan/overview
What to learn more about Titan: https://fiftyduewest.com/what-is-on-titan/
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